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KS: Kansas judge finds offender registry ‘punitive’

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas judge has ordered law enforcement agencies to remove a man’s name from the state’s offender registry, saying an amended law ostracizes offenders and requires them to remain registered longer than necessary.

Tuesday’s decision by Shawnee County Judge Larry Hendricks addressed only the case of the man who sued to end his registering requirement, but it could extend to others in his situation if the state Supreme Court upholds it upon appeal. High courts in other states have struck down similar registration laws that have been found to be too excessive. Full Article

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The tide is slowly turning…

Well, this is just trial court. We will have to see if this is upheld on appeal. But I note, this is based on the requirements of Kansas’ SOR law. That requires notably more information, and for it to be reported more frequently and on an even tighter deadline that California’s, and thee SOR status is marked on their driver’s license, so every time you have to show that, the person you show it to sees that, not just the police. They have to register very time the change jobs, in addition to every time they move! They have to… Read more »

There are some concerns, but nonetheless, every one of us should be praying daily this decision is upheld in appeals!

Judge Hendricks has the courage in his position taking the oath to
protect and defend the Constitution for all…..NOT for some…for all…
its what I was saying ….the policy of spewing inaccurate and misleading
information cannot be public funded….massive waste of taxpayers
time money and what amounts to a whitewash sham……….forcing
people to be listed isn’t going to be your next “sex” crime to be from……
98 % or more will not have a new “sex” crime……….excessive punishment
Judge noted unconstitutional …Outstanding ..!

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